This week Central Wyoming College faculty and staff are attending meetings and training sessions to prepare for the academic year. Today campus kicked off the session with a group breakfast followed by Colton Crane, board of trustees president, sharing his life experience and how education helped him and his family.
New student orientation is set to begin Aug. 26-28. There are more than 200 students signed up for the event this year.
Central Wyoming College employees who have been working for less than a year received a tour of the Wind River Reservation.
Central Wyoming College students are starting to trickle to campus. The cross-country team started practicing August 3. This is Central’s second year for cross country in NJCAA Region IX.
Photos from the Fremont County Fair!
Although the weather did not permit the balloons to launch, CWC members helped the pilots fill their balloons and enjoyed learning about ballooning.
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The Wyoming Community College Commission has endorsed and the state Legislature has approved Level II funding for Central Wyoming College. Earlier this year CWC proposed for funding for two facilities: a Jackson Outreach construction and a new agriculture and animal science facility.
Central Wyoming College rodeo team will have a talented lineup for this year’s season. Rodeo coach Drew Schrock has been busy recruiting new members for the team and this year many of them have been National High School Finals qualifiers.
Central Wyoming College professor, Todd Guenther, received a Preserve Wyoming Award from the State Historic Preservation office at the 2015 Preserve Wyoming conference in Laramie this past week.